By: Mariana Pereira, 20th July 2020
Antigena Email uniquely understands employees’ patterns of life, including how they behave and communicate, in order to identify anomalous behavior that it deems threatening and neutralize malicious emails in real time. This self-learning approach has enabled the technology to stop advanced attacks that other tools missed, including a Siemens impersonation attack, a QuickBooks scam, and a fraudulent Chase fraud alert.
But how does an AI-powered approach handle the case of the ‘unusual but benign’: an email from a new contact which is highly unusual, but non-threatening?
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